Emily Crisman (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6508
E-mail: ecrisman@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Emily Crisman became a staff writer for the Chattanooga Times Free Press Community News division in 2009 and became assistant editor of the Signal Mountain and North Hamilton Weekly editions in 2013. She also writes for other Times Free Press publications including Chatter and 4Paws, of which she became the editor in 2014. Emily graduated with a degree in humanities from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006.

New North Chattanooga salon is sustainable and cruelty-free

Published Feb. 21 2018

New North Chattanooga salon Pasha blends sustainable practices and cruelty-free products with a high-end salon experience.

Beyond School Walls connects middle-schoolers with career mentors

Published Feb. 21 2018

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga is helping take "career day" to a whole new level.

Chattanooga Basics aims to raise achievement levels of all children

Published Feb. 19 2018

Chattanooga 2.0's Early Childhood Coalition, which consists of 30 organizations involved with early childhood development, recently launched the Chattanooga Basics...

Ivy Academy expands campus, introduces Environmental Institute

Published Feb. 19 2018

Ivy Academy Chattanooga, a public charter school for grades 6-12 with a focus on the environment, is introducing a new...

Clean Cuisine

Published Feb. 18 2018

The following restaurants received scores of 90 or better out of 100 on the Hamilton County Health Department inspections conducted...

Ivy Academy expands campus, introduces Environmental Institute

Published Feb. 14 2018

Ivy Academy Chattanooga, a public charter school with a focus on the environment, is introducing a new Environmental Institute for...

David Wyke returns to Signal as minister of Taft Highway Church of Christ

Published Feb. 14 2018

Chattanooga resident David Wyke is familiar to many on Signal Mountain from the six years he worked as a trainer...

Chattanooga Basics aims to raise achievement levels of all children

Published Feb. 14 2018

Chattanooga 2.0's Early Childhood Coalition, which consists of 30 organizations in the community involved with early childhood development, recently launched...

Eat, drink and donate to local pet food pantry

Published Feb. 7 2018

Since 2012, 4 Paws Pantry has been helping local pets stay with their families.

Lone Oak in Sequatchie County, Tenn., appoints first female fire chief

Published Feb. 5 2018

For the first time in its history, the Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department in Sequatchie County, Tenn., has a female...

Modern architectural gem on Signal Mountain provides panoramic view

Published Feb. 1 2018

Local architect David Barlew's modern architectural gem on the lower brow of Signal Mountain, custom-built in the mid-80s for his...

Creative date ideas for Valentine's Day

Published Feb. 1 2018

It's that time of year again when couples clamber to reserve spots at fancy restaurants and declare their love for...

Reflection Riding, Hunter Museum partner for new series

Published Feb. 1 2018

In a town known for both its accessibility to outdoor recreational opportunities and its support for the arts, it's only...

New web platform matches local nonprofits with diverse talent [photos]

Published Feb. 1 2018

After examining the strengths and weaknesses of the Chattanooga Design Studio's board of directors, Chairman Ethan Collier identified a lack...

New tour offers insider's look at local art scene

Published Jan. 30 2018

Chattanooga's art scene has exploded over the past decade, but until recently there hasn't been a local resource providing a...

ChattaVegan partners with city to host potlucks

Published Jan. 24 2018

ChattaVegan, a local nonprofit promoting veganism, is partnering with the city's Department of Youth and Family Development.

Chattanooga introduces Office of Family Empowerment

Published Jan. 24 2018

The city of Chattanooga's Youth & Family Development Department is rolling out a new initiative.

Professional fiddler offers two very different local classes

Published Jan. 24 2018

Professional fiddler and violinist Tom Morley, who recently moved to Chattanooga from Fairhope, Ala., is offering his expertise in two...

Red Bank Police Department welcomes its new K9 officer

Published Jan. 23 2018

The Red Bank Police Department is reinstating its K9 program with the recent acquisition of Harry, the department's first K9...

Red Bank Police Department welcomes new K9 officer

Published Jan. 17 2018

The Red Bank Police Department is reinstating its K9 program with the recent acquisition of Harry, the department's first K9...